Little Sprouts

 

The Little Sprouts Room

 

 

 

We believe each child is a unique individual, discovering the world in his or her own way.  Like snowflakes, no two children are the same.  As teachers, it is our job to help guide the children in their classroom and facilitate their educational journey; helping to set them on the path to becoming well-rounded citizens of the world.  As teachers, it is incredibly rewarding to be a part of this discovery, not only for the children, but for the parents too.  We welcome all families to be active participants in their child’s education!

 

Freida, Little Sprouts Teacher

Hello! My name is Freida and I have been at The Learning Gardens since October of 2023. I love working with kids because I enjoy how each day is different. I believe children learn best through gentle and engaging learning. I am passionate about building a relationship with each child. I have worked in Early Childhood Education field since 2021 and I have worked with children aged 5 through 7.

I grew up in Los Angeles, California and moved to Madison in 2020.  I have a Husky named Mamba and in my spare time, I like to relax and workout. I speak both English and Spanish.

 

Annika, Little Sprouts Teacher

Hello, my name is Annika Becker and I have been with The Learning Gardens since September of 2023. I love working with kids because you are always learning, and I believe children learn best through play and through demonstration. I am passionate about children learning and growing.

I have worked in the Early Childhood Education field since 2017 and I have worked with infants up to four years old.  I am a Level 2 on the Wisconsin Registry.  I grew up in Blanchardville, Wisconsin.  I have lived in Madison since August of 2022.  I have a pet lizard. In my spare time, I like to cook, do puzzles, and go on trips. My past experience includes nannying and babysitting as well as working at other childcare centers.

I am excited to learn more and get to know everyone. My favorite quote is “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” by Wayne Dyer.